27-31 August 2006, Prague - Czech Republic

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Czech Society of Chemical Engineering


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CHISA 2006
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J1 - Monday morning
Symposium on process intensification and miniaturisation

Chairpersons: N. Brewis, P. Hasal

J1.1     8:30   Keynote lecture: An overview of process intensification technology within AstraZeneca. N. Brewis (Avlon Works, Bristol, UK) [1213]

J1.2     9:10   Agro-process intensification. *D. Burke, I. Gezer, P. Bilsborrow, G. Akay (Univ. Newcastle, UK) [384]

J1.3     9:30   Bioprocess intensification using supported bacteria in flow-trough monolithic micro-bioreactors. *T. M. Ndlovu, G. Akay, A. Ward (Univ. Newcastle, UK) [385]

9:50   Coffee break, poster session

10:10   CHISA plenary lecture

J1.4   11:10   Development of a microfluidic chip for heterogeneous immunoassay. J. Štěpánek, W. Schrott, L. Pecháčková, *M. Přibyl, D. Šnita (Inst. Chem. Technol., Praha, CZ) [459]

J1.5   11:30   Development of catalytic micro-reactors with ultra-high surface area-to-volume ratio for bioprocess and chemical process intensification. R. Mohamed, Z. Z. Noor, O. F. Calkan, *B. Calkan, T. M. Ndlovu, D. Burke, G. Akay (Newcastle Univ., UK) [527]

J1.6   11:50   Biotransformations intensification by electric fields. *P. Hasal, M. Přibyl, R. Kukula, R. Chmelíková, M. Marek (Inst. Chem. Technol., Praha, CZ) [743]

J1.7   12:10   Engineering and modeling of thin, adhesive, microbial biocatalytic coatings for high intensity oxidations in multi-phase microchannel bioreactors. *M. C. Flickinger, S. Kumar1, M. Fidaleo2 (Univ. Minnesota, Saint Paul MN, US; 1Univ. Minnesota, Minneapolis MN, US; 2Univ. Tuscia, Viterbo, IT) [849]

J2 - Monday afternoon
IMPULSE Workshop

Chairpersons: J.-M. Commenge, R. Pohorecki

J2.1   14:00   Hydrodynamics regimes of gas-liquid flow in a microreactor channel. *R. Pohorecki, P. Sobieszuk, K. Kula, W. Moniuk, M. Zieliński (Warsaw Univ. Technol., PL) [617]

J2.2   14:20   Mathematical model of secondary current density distribution in the segmented thin-gap flow-through electrosynthesis cell. *R. Kodým, T. Bystroň, F. Lapicque1, K. Bouzek (Inst. Chem. Technol., Praha, CZ; 1CNRS-ENSIC, Nancy, FR) [1189]

J2.3   14:40   Visualization of two-phase flow in thin-gap microreactor. *J. Křišťál, J. Havlica, V. Jiřičný (Inst. Chem. Proc. Fundam., Praha, CZ) [1199]

J2.4   15:00   Hybrid phenomena-based modelling of chemical processes to support multiscale process design. *J. A. Arizmendi-Sanchez, P. N. Sharratt (Univ. Manchester, UK) [757]

J3 - Tuesday morning
Symposium on process intensification and miniaturisation

Chairpersons: G. Akay, M. Marek

J3.1     8:30   Keynote lecture: Mini vs. Maxi: The miniaturization and intensification of technology . J. J. H. M. Font Freide (BP Exploration, Sunbury-on-Thames, UK) [1059]

J3.2     9:10   Experiences of microstructured devices on pilot and production scale level. D. Kirschneck (Microinnova KEG, Graz, AT) [333]

J3.3     9:30   A review of process intensification and miniaturization: fundamentals, scope and applications. G. Akay (Univ. Newcastle, UK) [383]

9:50   Coffee break, poster session

10:10   CHISA plenary lecture

J3.4   11:10   Preparation of catalyst systems with enhanced accessibility of active sites for process intensification. B. Calkan, *R. Mohamed, G. Akay (Univ. Newcastle, UK) [402]

J3.5   11:30   Enabling of novel and intensified organic synthesis by use of microreactors. *P. Löb, V. Hessel, H. Löwe (Inst. Mikrotech., Mainz, DE) [730]

J3.6   11:50   Industrial and real-life uses of microstructured reactors. *V. Hessel, P. Löb, H. Löwe (Inst. Mikrotechnik Mainz, DE) [512]

J3.7   12:10   Nano-atomization of metal borides (TiB2, ZrB2, HfB2) using function-building fine particle preparation method. *M. Abe, T. Ohkubo, K. Nishiyama1, H. Sakai (Tokyo Univ. Sci., Chiba, JP; 1Tokyo Unic. Sci., Nagano, JP) [851]

J3.8   12:30   Droplets velocity changes in micro channels. *L. Prat, F. Sarrazin, C. Gourdon (INPT-CNRS, Toulouse, FR) [1230]

J4 - Tuesday afternoon
Symposium on process intensification and miniaturisation

Chairpersons: G. J. Harmsen, M. Přibyl

J4.1   14:00   Keynote lecture: The potential of process intensification and miniaturization in the processing industries. L. Li, *K. VandenBussche (UOP, Des Plaines IL, US) [634]

J4.2   14:40   Intensification of gas liquid separations and its application to moisture/tar removal from syngas. G. Akay, *O. F. Calkan, M. Dogru (Newcastle Univ., UK) [392]

J4.3   15:00   Kinetics of methyl methacrylate free radical polymerisation in the spinning disc reactor. *M. Vicevic, K. Novakovic, K. V. K. Boodhoo, A. J. Morris (Univ. Newcastle, UK) [413]

15:20   Coffee break, poster session

J4.4   16:00   Process intensification by Higee Technology for chemical reactions and separation - experience from fundamental to commercial. J.-F. Chen (Beijing Univ. Chem. Technol., CN) [852]

J4.5   16:20   Dynamic interaction among instrumentations in a fast control loop. *S. R. Abd Shukor, Z. Ahmad, S. C. Liik (Univ. Sains Malaysia, Penang, MY) [857]

J4.6   16:40   Membrane-based systems for seawater desalination: analysis and comparison. *E. Drioli, F. Macedonio, E. Curcio, G. Di Profio (Univ. Calabria, Arcavacata di Rende, IT) [983]

J4.7   17:00   Intensification of mixing operation by reciprocating a disk impeller in a cylindrical vessel. T. Dote, K. Sakumoto, Y. Inoue, *Y. Hirata (Osaka Univ., Toyonaka, JP) [984]

J4.8   17:20   Bioprocess intensification in agriculture. *D. Burke, G. Akay, P. Bilsborrow (Newcastle Univ., UK) [1708]

J4.9   17:40   Intensification of ion-exchange processes using monolithic ionic micro-porous polymers. G. Akay, *A. F. Aydin, O. F. Calkan, Z. Z. Noor (Newcastle Univ., UK) [529]

J4.10   18:00   Kinetic resolution of racemic compounds and mass transfer performance in two-separate phase enzyme membrane reactors . *L. Giorno, J. Zhang, E. D'Amore, E. Piacentini, R. Mazzei, E. Drioli (Inst. Membrane Technol., ITM-CNR, Rende, IT) [1421]

J5 - Wednesday morning
Symposium on environmental engineering

Chairpersons: K. Everaert, J. Horák

J5.1     8:30   Keynote lecture: Reviewing the growing potential of porous sintered metal filters. *J. Baeyens, I. Schildermans (Univ. Antwerpen, BE) [57]

J5.2     9:10   Efflorescence of aerosols: theory and experiments. Y. Gao, *S. B. Chen, L. Yu (Nat. Univ. Singapore, SG) [1187]

J5.3     9:30   Electronic noses for odour impact assessment of a composting plant in Italy. *L. Capelli, S. Sironi, R. Del Rosso, P. Céntola, M. Il Grande1 (Politecnico Milano, IT; 1Progress, Milano, IT) [382]

J5.4     9:50   A pilot-scale study of odour abatement from condense water samples at a rendering plant. *U. Lassi, S. Ojala1, M. Heikkinen, K. Ainassaari1, R. Keiski1 (Cent. Ostrobothnia Univ. Appl. Sci., Kokkola, FI; 1Univ. Oulu, FI) [1207]

10:10   Coffee break, poster session

J5.5   10:50   The fate and remedies to siloxanes in biosolids and biogas. *K. Everaert, L. Appels, R. Dewil, J. Baeyens1 (Univ. Antwerpen, BE; 1Univ. Birmingham, UK) [75]

J5.6   11:10   Comparison of conventional and organic sugar production in Cuba by using life cycle assessment. E. Rosa, A. Contreras, J. Dewulf1, H. Van Langengove1, *R. Santos (Univ. Cent. Las Villas, Santa Clara, CU; 1Univ. Ghent, BE) [1321]

J6 - Wednesday afternoon
Symposium on environmental engineering

Chairpersons: M. Punčochář, J. Venselaar

J6.1   14:00   Keynote lecture: Focussing innovation strategy for sustainability in chemical industry. *J. Venselaar, J. J. Hageman (Avans Univ., Tilburg, NL) [89]

J6.2   14:40   Valorisation of residue organic substances by electrochemical applications. S. Ubaldini, P. Fornari, *C. Abbruzzese, F. Vegliò1 (CNR, Roma, IT; 1Univ. l'Aquila, IT) [157]

J6.3   15:00   Application of titanium nanoparticles in the photocatalytic decontamination of soil. *W. J. Wright, B. Sen Gupta, T. R. A. Magee (Queen's Univ. Belfast, UK) [227]

15:20   Coffee break, poster session

J6.4   16:00   Thermo-economic optimization of a solar chimney power plant. J. P. Pretorius, *D. G. Kröger (Univ. Stellenbosch, Matieland, ZA) [156]

J6.5   16:20   Remediation of beach sand contaminated by hydrocarbons: conception of a pilot for treatment evaluation. *L. Giraud, M.-J. Durand1, Y. Andrès, F.-X. Merlin2, F. Raynaud3 (GEPEA, Nantes, FR; 1GEPEA, La Roche sur Yon, FR; 2CEDRE, Brest, FR; 3Verite, St. Hermine, FR) [372]

J6.6   16:40   Kinetics of PAHs removal from soil by single stage hot water extraction and wet oxidation. A. Dadkhah (Isfahan Univ. Technol., IR) [1258]

J6.7   17:00   Environmental engineering education in Iran: needs, problems and solutions. *M. R. Alavi Moghaddam, R. Maknoun, A. Tahershamsi (Amirkabir Univ. Technol., Tehran, IR) [76]

J7 - Thursday morning
Symposium on environmental engineering

Chairpersons: A. Žgajnar-Gotvajn, S. Skoblja

J7.1     8:30   Modelling colour generation in advance oxidation of phenolic wastewaters with Fenton reagent. N. Villota, *F. Mijangos, F. Varona, J. Parrondo (Univ. Pais Vasco, Bilbao, ES) [286]

J7.2     8:50   Modelling of toxic compounds generation during phenolic wastewaters oxidation with Fenton’s reagent. N. Villota, F. Mijangos, F. Varona, *J. Parrondo (Univ. Pais Vasco, Bilbao, ES) [1109]

J7.3     9:10   Pilot study on biological treatment of tannery landfill leachate. *A. Žgajnar Gotvajn, J. Zagorc-Končan (Univ. Ljubljana, SI) [566]

J7.4     9:30   Development of a predictive model for coagulation/flocculation process for turbidity removal of Tehran water treatment plants. A. Banihashemi, *M. R. Alavi Moghaddam, R. Maknoun, M. Nikazar (Amirkabir Univ. Technol., Tehran, IR) [1228]

J7.5     9:50   Transformation of surplus activated sludge by ozone. *J. Derco, J. Dudáš1, Z. Jakubčová, L. Lukáčová, B. Almásiová (Slovak Univ. Technol., Bratislava, SK; 1CSIR Biosciences, Modderfontain, ZA) [1389]

10:10   Coffee break, poster session

J7.6   10:50   Influence of sonification on activated sludge structure. *B. Fryźlewicz-Kozak, B. Tal-Figiel (Univ. Technol., Krakow, PL) [766]

J7.7   11:10   The use of iron for removing phosphor in wastewater treatment affects the residual sulphur content in waste activated sludge. *R. Dewil, J. Baeyens, J. Roels1 (Univ. Antwerpen, BE; 1Univ. Birmingham, UK) [638]

J7.8   11:30   Chemism of wet limestone flue gas desulphurisation under Czech Republic conditions. *P. Machač, P. Chalupa, J. Kuba (Inst. Chem. Technol., Praha, CZ) [1604]

J8 - Thursday afternoon
Symposium on environmental engineering

Chairpersons: F. A. Batzias, J. Derco

J8.1   14:00   Computer aided design of aerobic digester for biological sludge processing by means of a neural network combination. F. A. Batzias (Univ. Pireaus, GR) [1529]

J8.2   14:20   Comparative study of the performance of modified zeolites and TiO2 in photocatalytic oxidation of 2,4,6-trichlorophenol using a cocurrent downflow contactor reactor (CDCR). *I. J. Ochuma, J. E. Campos Reales1, J. Wood, J. M. Winterbottom, N. Rowson, R. Greenwood (Univ. Birmingham, UK; 1Aut. Univ. Puebla, MX) [46]

J8.3   14:40   Kinetic analysis of the degradation stages of a dye pollutant in an ozonation process. C. Rodríguez, *J. I. Lombraña, F. Varona (Univ. Pais Vasco, Bilbao, ES) [772]

J8.4   15:00   An integrated process for the removal of phenol and formaldehyde from phenolic resin plant wastewater involving liquid-liquid extraction and polymerization. J. M. R. Carvalho, *P. F. M. M. Correia, F. Fernandes1, O. Freitas, M. Sampaio (Inst. Sup. Tech., Lisboa, PT; 1Pundipor, Pedroso, PT) [431]

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